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I 00 -- ""li -... 2 10 0 20 40 60 110 too 120 14-o t6o 'l'ime (m sec) Fig. 34. Typical curves of stress, strain and strain rate against time.  Another important type of dynamic test is that in which the strain rate is maintained constant. One way of achieving an approximation to this condition is to use a relatively stiff machine in which the imposed speed of deformation is constant during the test. 35). (a) (c) (b) (d) Fig. 35. Tensile test oscillograms obtained at medium strain rates. (a) Stress-time (both traces) ; total time base for upper trace 20 msec, for lower trace 5 msec ; temperature, 200° K.